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Old 26th February 2012, 07:19 PM
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command to "disable" a dbus service

Is there a mechanism short of removing a file from /usr/share/dbus-1/services that can "disable" that service till it is again "enabled"?

I'm trying to reboot a box and not have a particular dbus service show up. I really don't want to just move the file out of the directory, as that leaves no audit trail.

If there is no way to enable/disable, then how about using the file attributes as an indicator and have the software that interrogates that directory ignore files with a specific setting. chmod then becomes the controlling utility.
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